Is "Climate Change" a derived theory within "Global Warming", or vice versa?
Is "Climate Change" a reiteration of an earlier theory, "Global Warming"?
Are these terms in fact synonymous?
"Climate change" (and its kin, "climatic change") is a far older term than is "global warming." The terms "climate change" / "...
From this article in National Geographic:
The last step before digging is to divide the site into a grid to keep
track of the location of each find. Then archaeologists choose sample
squares from the grid to dig. This allows the archaeological team to
form a complete study of the area. They also leave some plots on the
grid untouched. ...
I don't totally understand what you are asking but yes there was soil in the Archean. In some locations around the world, these soils were buried and preserved as paleosols. The Archean paleosols are very important in studying the origin of the atmosphere because the oxidation state of the minerals is an indicator of the presence or absence oxygen and other ...
Note: As the OP, it's not quite fair to say this is "my" answer, but a synthesis of the many comments provided. -- Thank you.
Given the many representations of "Global Warming" and "Climate Change" - what are the "Official Definitions" being used in this debate?
How these terms are used by the IPCC; and
The senses of these terms ...
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I don't think I fully understand your question, but I'll try to answer it. Reanalysis data is the use of weather models and data assimilation to piece back the weather. It is a 4-dimensional dataset (Latitude, longitude, pressure levels, and time). You can do whatever you wish with that data (provided you follow the legal ...
The easiest and larger improvement in accuracy you can implement is switching from the non-differential single frequency GPS measurement to a double frequency and/or differential GPS measurements. That usually takes down the error of single measurements from a few meters to a few tens of centimetres or less.
The GPS systems that are within cell phones, ...
This may/may not actually answer your question "Do warnings verify better" because of the qualitative word "better" and other factors that play a role, such as terrain and forecasting office. Another factor to consider is the nature of the warning and size of the phenomenon. A radar, for example, may not be the best tool to show verification of a hurricane, ...